Citywide Residential Permit Parking Program

 APPLICATION PROCESS

Residents will have the ability to apply for permit parking passes online. If you have any questions, please call the Parking & Traffic Department at (310) 412-5398 or send your written correspond to permitparking@cityofinglewood.org. See below (footer) for Google Translate tools. Please download the How To Sign Up for the City of Inglewood Permit Parking Program for a step-by-step breakdown on how to navigate the permit application process.

Step 1: Find Your Parking District 

Step 2:  Prepare Documentation (PDF or JPG)

  1. Vehicle Registration 
  2. Current California driver’s license
  3. Proof of residency (rental agreement or a utility bill. We will accept a light, gas, water bill. Bills for cable, internet providers and credit cards will not be accepted)

Note: Permits will be tied to vehicle license plate. Vehicle registration address must match resident’s address.

  • For multigenerational households that have more than two vehicles and licensed drivers and have received two free permits, additional permits can be requested.  Simply submit a new application for approval of each vehicle  through the parking permit website online. Each additional permit being requested beyond the two free permits will be reviewed for approval prior to being issued. At a  minimum proof of additional drivers residing at the household must be submitted, the proof includes driver’s license and vehicle registration matching resident’s address for the location the permit is being requested.   Each additional approved parking permit will  cost $100 each.  

Step 3: Application Process 

Note: Two permit parking passes per residential address are FREE. However, residents must submit a new application per vehicle. 

How to Sign up for the permit parking plan.


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OVERVIEW

Citywide 24/7 Parking Restrictions

The new Citywide Permit Parking Program expands the existing permit parking boundaries to better cover the City’s eleven (11) neighborhoods that align with the four City Council Districts. See Proposed Permit Parking Districts Map (MAP 1). All residential streets within the City limits will be designated as permit parking and are included in the Citywide Permit Parking Program. The recommended program will include full-time parking restrictions, Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day, for all streets, and/or blocks located within the boundaries of City Council.

Permit Parking Districts 3C thru 11 will be activated as part of the new Citywide Permit Parking Program.

Permit Parking Districts 1,2,3A, and 3B will have pre-approved, full-time parking restrictions; however these restrictions will not be activated and will remain inactive until it is determined that full-time restricts are necessary. To activate parking restrictions in Permit Parking Districts 1,2,3A, and 3B residents and/or businesses of a particular neighborhood must submit a petition to the Public Works Department. The petition must bear the signatures of adults from a minimum of 75% of different households and/or businesses as evidence of a neighborhood desire to implement the parking restriction.

What is the timeline for Permit Parking ?

  1. Application process for new permits opens July 1, 2020
  2. Installation of signs begins Summer 2021.
  3. Enforcement begins late Summer/early Fall 2021. Residents will be notified 30 days prior to beginning of enforcement.


Visitor Parking Passes

For purchasing of visitor parking passes use the the Parking Permit Portal or https://inglewoodpermits.rmcpay.com/.. For Special Event or Funeral Passes please call (310) 412-5398 or email permitparking@cityofinglewood.org.

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